Dean Singleton's history Posts

Brands from some old branding irons on a blacksmith shop in Grapevine Texas. Shop was closed. Really want to go back when it is operating.

These things we believe: That God is the God of all the earth; of life and of death; That God is revealed in Christ, so that we may follow his teachings, know…

Patriot Guard Riders escort the traveling Vietnam Wall that honors the fallen from Vietnam. It is a replica of the Wall in Washington. It is impressive but it…

Not finished yet. There is construction going on on almost all sides making way for more veterans. Here are a few shots shortly after I saw the Patriot Guards…

These are dinosaurs of a recent age, if you're my age that is. These bear little or no resemblance to what you find under the hoods of modern cars. We lost…

Once visible for miles the Mobil Flying Red Horse is now hidden among the Dallas skyscrapers. It can only be seen fairly close up or in just a few distant…

These bronze cowboys overlook an area just west of the Dallas city hall. They also overlook a herd of bronze cattle from a much earlier post. These cowboys…

Old railroad trestle over the river at Jefferson, Texas. The water under the trestle was extremely high at the time but some of the townsfolk told me it had…

Time was when the phrase “Remember the Alamo” meant something. I wonder how many kids know the meaning now.

The sign of the Flying Red Horse. This is a smaller version of the one in Dallas on top of the Magnolia building. I would have loved to get inside the shop…

I could not believe how small Decatur High School was. When I was in high school it seemed so large, so far from one end to another, so little time to get from…

I pass over this old bridge everytime I visit my brother and his wife. They live several miles out in the country. In a few weeks this old bridge will be gone…

I had one chance to take this photo in a cave overlooking Saltzberg, Austriain 1968. I had no tripod and had to brace my little $20 camera against the wall. …

Continuing Reflections On. This was shot with a Hanimex Practica SLR with no metering system when I was stationed in Germany many years ago.

This is Dallas at night before the Green Weinie or Digital cameras. Shot from across the Trinity River at Continental. Converted from a slide. Even at that…

Taken when gas hit about a dollar a gallon of a pump that had not seen gasoline in many a year. Never dreamed of today's price!
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